REMEMBERING MARSHALL FIELD’S

FieldsREMEMBERING MARSHALL FIELD’S 

Author, historian and actress Leslie Goddard will regale us with gorgeous images and the fascinating history of Chicago’s legendary emporium of grace and elegance bearing the name of master entrepreneur Marshall Field.

The afternoon includes refreshments and a boutiqueW worthy of Field’s exacting standards.

Bring an item with the logo and receive a complimentary RAFFLE TICKET (members are
awarded two tickets) for a drawing after the lecture to win a personalized copy of Leslie’s book Remembering Marshall Field’s and a Frango basket.

Date: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Place: Kenilworth Club, 410 Kenilworth Avenue, Kenilworth, Il
Boutique: 1-4 p.m.
Program: 2-3 p.m.
Après: 3-4 p.m. Book signing, Boutique, Raffle, Refreshments

Sponsored with a major gift by Barbara Mawicke, Coldwell Banker

Reservations: By Thursday, November 7
KHS Members $10
Nonmembers $15
At the Door: KHS Members $15 Nonmembers $20
Raffle; 1 Ticket for $5 OR 5 Tickets for $20

Questions: Kenilworth Historical Society, 847-251-2565
Mon. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Th. 9 a.m. to noon
info at kenilworthhistory.org

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The Kenilworth Historical Society

The Kenilworth Historical Society was founded in 1922 to preserve and present the history of this early planned community of Kenilworth, Illinois, incorporated in 1896. The mission of the Historical Society is to collect, preserve, research, exhibit and interpret items that illustrate the history of the village and its people and to place them in context with nearby communities, and state and national events

Kenilworth, Illinois is located between the villages of Wilmette and Winnetka, sixteen miles north of the Chicago loop.

The Society is located in the Stuart Memorial Building, 415 Kenilworth Avenue in the center of the village, directly east of the train station and across the street from the Kenilworth Assembly Hall. Kenilworth Avenue is accessible from Sheridan Road on the eastern end and Green Bay Road on the western end.

Museum and Research Center Hours:

Mondays, 9:00-4:30 and Thursdays, 9:00 to noon Kenilworth, Illinois is located between the villages of Wilmette and Winnetka, sixteen miles north of the Chicago loop.

 

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